The HP LaserJet M1120 MFP is a monochrome multifunction printer designed primarily for small and medium business use. It prints and copies in black and white at reasonable laser printer speeds and operates as both a monochrome and colour scanner.
As you'd expect with HP, the LaserJet M1120 has a solid build quality. The M1120 MFP prints at a maximum speed of 19 pages per minute and copies at 14 pages per minute. Printing resolution is 600 dpi with a higher limit for scans. The printer has a footprint of 18" x 14.5" by 12.7". This printer comes with 32MB of built in memory and has a maximum copy limit of 99 pages per job.
The HP M1120 MFP uses a printing process that stores jobs on the host computer and sends them to the printer as they are ready, allowing it to work well without the expense of a larger amount of installed memory. The high resolution interface on the printer can handle copying independently and sending scanned documents to a pre-configured destination without PC input. While relatively short on features, this printer does have a text recognition function built into the flatbed scanner that makes inputting documents and textbook pages simple. The M1120 comes with ink saving options that can stretch cartridge use significantly. Most users consider this printer low maintenance.
The HP LaserJet M1120 MFP is perhaps a little pricey when compared to other printers in its class. While this printer is appreciated for its simplicity and easy maintenance, a lack of more advanced features may end up being an issue for some users. Overall, this is a solid printer that works as expected.
The HP LaserJet M1120 MFP printer is an older model that has been in use long enough to be considered a reliable investment. This printer works well for the target small and medium business market due to ease of maintenance, features aimed at business use, and low printing costs over time. While there are newer printer options on the market that do more for a little bit less money, the HP M1120 MFP stands out as a solid and reliable way to provide printing, scanning, and copying functionality without the risks associated with unproven technology.